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The iPad Mini introduced this week

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Apple said Monday it sold 3 million units of its iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad during the debut weekend, a sign that the new devices can help the company withstand accelerating competition in the tablet market.

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Pearson agreed to combine its Penguin publishing unit with Bertelsmann's Random House to create by far the largest book publisher in Britain and the United States.

Murdoch's News Corp joins the battle to p-p-p-ick up Penguin

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Apple and Amazon figures below market expectations

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